Go snowshoe with a biologist

Posted 3/5/20

Strap on a pair of snowshoes and stride through the forest with one of the knowledgeable Forest Service staff who will talk about flora, fauna, history and ecology of the area. Open to all ages, the Snowshoe with a Biologist program is "an interactive way to connect you with Forest Service employees who have a keen interest in natural resource education," according to a press release from the agency.

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Go snowshoe with a biologist

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The Carson National Forest is hosting a free, fun and educational program - Snowshoe with a Biologist.

Strap on a pair of snowshoes and stride through the forest with one of the knowledgeable Forest Service staff who will talk about flora, fauna, history and ecology of the area. Open to all ages, the Snowshoe with a Biologist program is "an interactive way to connect you with Forest Service employees who have a keen interest in natural resource education," according to a press release from the agency. Programs run every Friday through March 20 from noon to 2 p.m. at the Enchanted Forest Cross Country Ski Area, Red River.

Members of the public who are interested in joining should bring snowshoes, poles, water, snacks, binoculars and their trail pass. For more information, call Adam LaDell at the Carson National Forest Supervisor's Office at (575) 758-6200.

Find a list of great snowshoe and cross-country trails at fs.usda.gov/activity/carson/recreation/wintersports.

- Submitted by Carson National Forest

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